Test Booklet for Invitation to Psychology contains approximately 2000 multiple-choice questions that test mastery of the concepts and information presented in the 20 chapters and statistics appendix of Invitation to Psychology. The topics covered in these chapters include the following: the definition of psychology; the psychological basis of behavior; sensation and perception; states of awareness; learning, memory, and cognition; motivation and emotion; abnormal psychology and social behavior. In each chapter, questions are arranged in the order in which concepts are presented. The correct answer to each question is indicated by an asterisk. A text-page reference enables instructors to crosscheck from the text and to prepare tests and examinations on material that students have read.
In preparing this second test file, the authors have modified or deleted those original questions that proved to be vague or difficult for students and have taken care to include a good blend of factual and conceptual questions. Although some are similar to questions in the first test file, most are new items that have been developed through the authors' own classroom use of the text and ancillary materials.
To the Instructor
1 What is Psychology?
2 The Physiological Basis of Behavior
3 Sensation and Perception
4 Exploring States of Awareness
8 Exploring Memory, Learning, and Cognition
11 Exploring Everyday Emotions and Motives
12 Development over the Life Span
13 Exploring Developmental Issues
14 Personality Theory
15 Assessing Personality and Behavior
16 Exploring the Uses and Misuses of Tests
17 Abnormal Psychology
18 Treating Psychological Problems
19 Social Behavior
20 Exploring Social Psychology
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- © Academic Press 1980
- 1st January 1980
- Academic Press
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